- Plastic Easter eggs (the kind that open up in the middle)
- Permanent marker
This would work great with a supply of 26 eggs so you can do the entire alphabet. I only had 18 but luckily for me the kids didn’t notice. Write a letter on each egg with the permanent marker. You will want to make sure that your write it in such a way that when taken apart a kid can figure out how to put it together again.
Break the eggs in half and put them in a basket.
My girls love puzzles and when I told them we had a new egg puzzle to put together, they were intrigued. I wasn’t sure if they could do it or not. They are three and a half and I have done this with Kindergarten students. But they were able to do them all and are still playing with this Easter Egg Letter Matching Game days later.